The Russian maker of the AK-47 unveiled a new golden robot straight out of the movie "Aliens" on Aug. 21, 2018, at the Army-2018 Forum in Moscow.
"The promising goal of using the anthropomorphic complex is to solve engineering and combat tasks," Kalashnikov Concern said in a short statement translated from Russian.
The robot's capabilities are still limited, but an improved version is likely to be displayed at the Army-2020 Forum, according to Meduza, a Russian media outlet.
Here's what we know about the robot:
The robot is 13 feet tall, weighs about 4.5 tons, and has apparently been named "Igorek."
Igorek is operated by one or more controllers who sit behind the tinted-window cabin, which is said to be bulletproof.
Source: Daily Mail
But if Igorek does pan out, Moscow might very well have another tool to carry Alexei Navalny, a critic of Russian President Vladimir Putin, away from protests, as this Twitter user pointed out.
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